Doctor Sleep Director’s Cut Review

-warning that this review may have spoilers- For those who are fans of Stanly Kubrick’s masterpiece The Shining comes a sequel that does full justice to both the Stephen King original and the Stanley Kubrick adaption. The Shining is one of the most revered horror films of all time, and for good reason. Kubrick took Stephen King’s novel and made it a cold, austere, clinical, and cynical take on the Stephen King classic and it …

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Blood Quantum, the recent zombie movie to come out of Canada, tries to stand out, but never really hits its mark.

The movie starts off in the Red Crow Indian Reservation in the year 1981. Not long into the movie it starts to follow the script for almost every zombie movie before it. Animals start to get infected and soon it spreads to off screen reports about people attacking and biting other people. Just like clockwork we’re eventually shown our first onscreen attack. Followed by numerous other encounters, bringing us into full on zombie outbreak territory. …

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TRAIN TO BUSAN PRESENTS: PENINSULA – A Missed Opportunity of a Horror-Action Movie Sequel

Like many other people, I was excited to learn that an alleged sequel to 2016’s very well received and successful film Train to Busan had been announced. Unfortunately that excitement was gone almost as quickly as the first sequence of the movie had finished. I do not wish to sound unnecessarily harsh, however, this movie does NOT live up to its predecessor.  Okay, I take it back, I probably WILL be a little harsh. Strap …

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An Interview With a Video Creep. HorrorFacts sits down and gets cozy with YouTuber Michael Pinero.

Recently HorrorFacts was able to get together with the creator of the Video Creep channel on YouTube, and someone I personally feel puts out truly funny, entertaining, AND insightful videos pertaining to horror movies and actors. Do yourself a favor and don’t sleep on this excellent content creator! HF:     Hi thanks for sitting down with us at Horror Facts. VC:     My guy! Thank you for LETTING me sit down, what you guys do here is …

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Cold Skin (2017)

“A beautifully filmed movie with an undertone of social commentary” After watching Shudder TV’s Cold Skin, I am left thinking that it was better than I expected it to be in many ways, and worse than it could have been in others. I realize that this is a very open-ended statement, but it fits in my opinion nonetheless. Cold Skin (2017) was directed by Xavier Gens who also directed 2007’s Hitman as well as 2011’s …

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Fun House (2020) Big Brother meets the Horror Genre.

Fun House 2020

Fun house is a Reality TV show, think Big Brother… with a murderous twist. When the house guest or fun house player with the lowest number of votes is tallied they don’t make it out of the house alive. The film is not a main stream film, but you know what its actually quite good, Fun House fits in with today’s social media blitz and how everyone either likes or dislikes content and shows how …

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Billy 2019 – Short [Review]

Billy Movie

The short film Billy is very creepy and over far too quickly. It revolves around recent homeowners Steve Delgado (Scott) & Michelle Gernon (Mia). The couple purchases a home with a questionable history for below market value and come across an antique doll in a closet. There are a few things about Billy that are all sorts of creepy. Forget the cinematography, effects, or even soundtrack. Firstly, the facial features. The wide blue eyes and …

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[Review] The Lodge 2019

The Lodge 2019 Horror Movie Expert Review

I came away with mixed feelings after watching The Lodge. Many parts were super relatable. Firstly, grieving over the loss of a mother or loved one. My mother recently passed away so that hit home. Secondly, Parents going through a divorce. Finally, the awkwardness of an introduction to the soon to be step-parent. For those reasons, you could get emotionally vested with the characters in The Lodge. However, the plot’s where they lost me. Are …

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[Review] Jack Hunters ‘Horror Nights’ (2020)

We were recently sent a screening copy of Jack Hunter’s Horror Nights a newish film which is now under the banner of Troma NOW. Jack is a independent horror creator out of Southern Sykos Productions he has helped create a collection of indie horror films with this new anthology Horror Nights. Jack has had his hand in creating the Paranoia Tapes which is gaining a following around the world. Horror Nights, is a film which …

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We Summon the Darkness Movie Review

we summon the darkness horror facts review

A horror movie by Marc Meyers based on a legend of twisted metalhead snakes playing off of the folklore of evil overwhelming metal killings in the ’80s. A substantial amount of dark metal music became evangelicals’ number one enemy during the height of the Satanic Panic during the 1980s. Music classification was regarded as a portal for Satan’s wrath, and there was widespread dread and conviction that it led teens astray. The three-stop comfort store …

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